MManchester City manager Pep Guardiola rejected the suggestion that his team is the best in the world, after 2-0 victory over Brentford on Wednesday, which moved City 12 points ahead in the Premier League.
Instead of Guardiola put forward rivals Chelsea and Argentine side River Plate as candidates for the title of the best in the world and said they were only interested in results.
“I want us to be happy and try to play better every day, and at the end (of the season) we will see,” Guardiola said, adding that it was a case for the players to “eat, rest and train” before every match. .
After a penalty in the first half Riyadh Mahrez – his seventh successful conversion for City in a row, Kevin De Bruyne scored a convincing victory, scoring City’s second goal in the 69th minute.